The San Diego Symphony is pushing back until next year its return to Copley Symphony Hall at Jacobs Music Center. The reasons for the postponement are due to unexpected construction problems that have emerged as the nearly 100-year-old hall undergoes a $125 million renovation. The orchestra now hopes to reopen the hall in early 2024.

Several concerts are relocated, some are being pushed back until the orchestra resumes its indoor concerts next year.

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